This essay examines how underlying differing theologies of authority informed mid nineteenth-century Calvinist polemics and ultimately the fragmentation of the New Divinity in New England. Focusing on the polemical career of Nathaniel William Taylor, these differences were evident in earlier Unitarian controversies yet emerged as Taylor and his New Haven allies incrementally departed from historic confessional language.

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